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So, I overclocked my CPU to 5.0GHz

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It almost completely eliminated texture and object pop in. Probably going to try a custom water cooling setup and overclock even more to see what's required to completely eliminate texture pop in.

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Video or it didnt happen. We want a before and after video, with the CPU spec and motherboard....

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Sounds like you are trying to "fix" some of the games issues with raw power :P

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Sounds like you are trying to "fix" some of the games issues with raw power :P

Pretty much. Texture pop in just ruins the immersion of the games beauty.

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Sounds like you are trying to "fix" some of the games issues with raw power :P

Always add more power, ALWAYS!

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Video or it didnt happen. We want a before and after video, with the CPU spec and motherboard....

It's actually not hard to pull of 5ghz+ these days with most cpu's, proper cooling permitting of course. :)

I can run my 2nd gen i5 2500k at 5ghz under water, but the voltage is too high for my liking to keep stable at that speed lol :( /sad

This cpu still packs a punch for its age though. :)

@iKaneki_Ken what cpu / setup you running?

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Always add more power, ALWAYS!

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The Tim Allen approach. Nice. Cause you know, nothing bad ever happens when you just slam more voltage into something...

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Id like to see a video of this

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Video or it didnt happen. We want a before and after video, with the CPU spec and motherboard....

^this

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Always add more power, ALWAYS!

http://www.quickmeme.com/img/fc/fc3646a02beca4bbf6c05e711f81c0eb354d253149028d9ce0fca9def3aaf63a.jpg

 

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It's actually not hard to pull of 5ghz+ these days with most cpu's, proper cooling permitting of course. :)

I can run my 2nd gen i5 2500k at 5ghz under water, but the voltage is too high for my liking to keep stable at that speed lol :( /sad

This cpu still packs a punch for its age though. :)

@iKaneki_Ken what cpu / setup you running?

i74790k, Corsair H115i AIO that I set up in the basement of my house for the coldest possible temperatures. It also helps that I live in a place where the temperatures are extremely cool all year round.

I also didn't take what Mishee said to heart as they clearly don't know about AMD's 8350 CPU which is clocked at 5.0GHz by default.

I also let Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility program to dynamically control the voltages when I don't feel like dicking around with it.

When I do manually handle the voltages, I manage to get the overclocking to go up to 5.1 - 5.2GHz stable.

^this

My motherboard is ASUS Maximus VII Hero, CPU is i7 4790k.

And like I said up above, reaching 5.0GHz is simple shit.

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I also didn't take what Mishee said to heart as they clearly don't know about AMD's 8350 CPU which is clocked at 5.0GHz by default.

You might be thinking of the 9590 as the 8350 is clocked at 4.0 GHz by default (I'm currently using an 8350).

 

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You might be thinking of the 9590 as the 8350 is clocked at 4.0 GHz by default (I'm currently using an 8350).

 

Thank you for the correction, it's been a while since I've used an AMD processor due to the infrequency that they release them.

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Both you and Mishee are only making yourselves out to be uninformed and general dumbasses.

We do request video proof with comparison, there is nothing hard, nor any reasons to become that insulting because of that.

I suggest you to calm your nipple down, i'am not your buddy. Stop be a pointless angry keyboard warrior.

 

You come up only with "affirmation" then cool, but show proof, meaning : video in game comparison with & without OC ( and ofc show the oc )

Because without visual proof, i would say i have OC a i7 4790k at 7ghz and BDo run at 120fps during kzarka with the highest graphic setting at 4k, right ?

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Always add more power, ALWAYS!

Reanbell op plz nerf!

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Just curious. Is it possible and safe to overclock a laptop? :x Got a Lenovo ideapad Y 700-15isk with intel i5 6300HQ 2.3 GHz, gtx 960M 2gb, 8 gb ram ddr4 :/. Would have liked to overclock to 3 GHz or so... or at least 2.7 GHz xD. But not sure my cooling or fan would be able to handle that? 

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> Make Claim

> Act like a 5year old when ppl ask for proof of claim

 

????

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> Make Claim

> Act like a 5year old when ppl ask for proof of claim

 

????

^this xD

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i74790k, Corsair H115i AIO that I set up in the basement of my house for the coldest possible temperatures. It also helps that I live in a place where the temperatures are extremely cool all year round.

I also didn't take what Mishee said to heart as they clearly don't know about AMD's 8350 CPU which is clocked at 5.0GHz by default.

I also let Intel's Extreme Tuning Utility program to dynamically control the voltages when I don't feel like dicking around with it.

When I do manually handle the voltages, I manage to get the overclocking to go up to 5.1 - 5.2GHz stable.

Both you and Mishee are only making yourselves out to be uninformed and general dumbasses.

My motherboard is ASUS Maximus VII Hero, CPU is i7 4790k.

And like I said up above, reaching 5.0GHz is simple shit.

That´s nice :)  I like how you literally insult us for being curious :) I guess normal people with little to no knowledge about how this work shouldn´t ask questions since that is highly looked down upon. Well, I`m glad that you took time to explain what you did :) 

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> Make Claim

> Act like a 5year old when ppl ask for proof of claim

 

????

Because it's something that ANYONE can do for themselves, it's not like it's a unique thing that only I can do, both you and 2cute2shoot lost all credibility when you started doubting that a CPU can reach 5.0GHz and then fact that it significantly reduced texture pop in.

That´s nice :)  I like how you literally insult us for being curious :) I guess normal people with little to no knowledge about how this work shouldn´t ask questions since that is highly looked down upon. Well, I`m glad that you took time to explain what you did :) 

Video or it didnt happen. We want a before and after video, with the CPU spec and motherboard....

THAT'S why I insulted you.

I would have gladly got the energy to explain how I did what I did if you didn't IMMEDIATELY jump to try and discredit me. But since you did I kinda just went with the attitude of "You attempt to discredit me of doing something that's been able to be done for the last 2 years? And then ask for proof when all it would take is a God damn google search or Youtube search?".

It's actually not hard to pull of 5ghz+ these days with most cpu's, proper cooling permitting of course. :)

I can run my 2nd gen i5 2500k at 5ghz under water, but the voltage is too high for my liking to keep stable at that speed lol :( /sad

This cpu still packs a punch for its age though. :)

@iKaneki_Ken what cpu / setup you running?

Shadowtrance asked me of my setup and PC specs without even hinting to discredit me, and as a result, I gave him an informative response.

 

All in all it comes down to, you ask for respect but you disrespected me in the first place BEFORE I disrespected you.

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Perhaps people would just like to see a video? It's not necessarily a "I don't believe you" thing but more a "that sounds interesting and would be willing to watch a video" thing. You sparked people's curiosity and than insult them for being curious.

And by the way, not everyone can do it. Some are restrained by money, technical know-how, or are just simply afraid to mess around with over clocking. Again, not a terribly good reason to insult the general population. 

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Just curious. Is it possible and safe to overclock a laptop? :x Got a Lenovo ideapad Y 700-15isk with intel i5 6300HQ 2.3 GHz, gtx 960M 2gb, 8 gb ram ddr4 :/. Would have liked to overclock to 3 GHz or so... or at least 2.7 GHz xD. But not sure my cooling or fan would be able to handle that? 

The only way I can see it possible to overclock a Laptop is if you're in a cold environment or at least have the laptop perch on an object that's constantly being cooled.

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The only way I can see it possible to overclock a Laptop is if you're in a cold environment or at least have the laptop perch on an object that's constantly being cooled.

i have never heard of anyone reducing the pop in just from over clocking. Even in their promo vids there is pop in. Don't call people names for asking proof of something that is not really that believable.

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Could you stream or record this? I may consider OCing my CPU if it means getting rid of the pop-ins.

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